Tom Neill’s adaptation of James Joyce’s semi-autobiographical novel bravely succeeds in bringing Joyce’s modernist stream of consciousness to the London stage.

– Camden New Journal on ‘A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man’.



Brecht would have been proud to see The Black Eyed Theatre Company’s production, using abstract theatre to make us as the audience reflect on our own struggles and conflicts in life they really have created a great show.

– The Good Review on ‘Mother Courage and her Children’.




This play would most accurately be described as the most captivating English literature lesson you could ever hope for and, Wilde fan or not, well worth a try…

– Spoonfed on ‘The Importance of Being Oscar’.



Talented director Tom Neill, who also composed the music and performs, seems to have taken the line, “This place of love” as his maxim as we are enveloped in Thomas’ bonhomie.

– The Stage on ‘Under Milk Wood’.



Three Men in a Boat is imaginatively directed by Tom Neill who creatively uses two sheets, three chairs and a table to effectively construct a horse and rider at one point

– West End Extra



No wonder Black Eyed Theatre have built up such a reputation for themselves. This is a highly professional and exciting ensemble of actors, tightly and inspiringly directed.

– Reviewsgate on ‘The Caucasian Chalk Circle’.



The play burst with spectacle and director Tom Neill captured perfectly the turbulent nature of one of Shakespeare’s great last plays.

– Windsor & Eton Express on ‘The Tempest’.



It was testament to the wonderful acting here and deft direction that it frequently struck the balance just right.

– Maidenhead Advertiser on ‘Talking Heads’.